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Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000
Current version for 1 December 2019 to date (accessed 22 February 2020 at 10:08)
(cf clause 80 of EP&A Regulation 1994)
In this Part and Schedule 1—alteration to a hydraulic fire safety system means a permanent alteration to a hydraulic fire safety system that modifies or enables the modification of the pressure or flow characteristics of the hydraulic fire safety system and that is not associated with—(a) an alteration, enlargement or extension of an existing building, unless the alteration, enlargement or extension relates solely and directly to the alteration to the hydraulic fire safety system, or(b) a change of use of a building.annual fire safety statement means a statement referred to in clause 175.critical fire safety measure means a fire safety measure that is identified in a fire safety schedule as a critical fire safety measure, being a measure that is of such a nature, or is implemented in such an environment or in such circumstances, that the measure requires periodic assessment and certification at intervals of less than 12 months.essential fire safety measure, in relation to a building, means a fire safety measure that is included—(a) in the fire safety schedule for the building, or(b) in the essential services (within the meaning of Ordinance No 70 under the Local Government Act 1919) attached to an approval or order referred to in Part 59 of that Ordinance, being an approval or order that was in force immediately before 1 July 1993, or(c) in the essential services (within the meaning of the Local Government (Approvals) Regulation 1993) attached to an approval referred to in clause 22 of that Regulation, being the latest such approval granted during the period from 1 July 1993 to 30 June 1997, or(d) in the essential services (within the meaning of the Local Government (Orders) Regulation 1993) attached to an order referred to in clause 6(1) of that Regulation, being the latest such order given during the period from 1 July 1993 to 30 June 1997.final fire safety certificate means a certificate referred to in clause 170.fire exit, in relation to a building, means any exit to the building that has been provided in compliance with any requirement imposed by or under the Act or this Regulation or by or under any other law, whether or not that law is currently in force.fire safety certificate means an interim fire safety certificate or a final fire safety certificate.fire safety measure means any measure (including any item of equipment, form of construction or fire safety strategy) that is, or is proposed to be, implemented in a building to ensure the safety of persons using the building in the event of fire.fire safety statement means an annual fire safety statement or a supplementary fire safety statement.fire-isolated, when used in connection with the words “stairway, passageway or ramp”, means a fire-isolated stairway, fire-isolated passageway or fire-isolated ramp, as the case may be, within the meaning of the Building Code of Australia.hydraulic fire safety system means—(a) a fire hydrant system, or(b) a fire hose reel system, or(c) a sprinkler system (including a wall-wetting sprinkler or drencher system), orthat is installed in accordance with a requirement of, or under, the Act or any other Act or law (including an order or a condition of an approval or some other sort of authorisation).(d) any type of automatic fire suppression system of a hydraulic nature,interim fire safety certificate means a certificate referred to in clause 173.statutory fire safety measure means a fire safety measure of a kind referred to in the Table to clause 166.supplementary fire safety statement means a statement referred to in clause 178.